Daesh cuts its militant’s salaries by 50 percent

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A DVIDS handout made available on 16 January 2016 shows an image taken from a video screen grab of a coalition airstrike destroying a ISIS cash and finance distribution center near Mosul, Iraq, on 11 January 2016, to disrupt and destroy ISIS financial operations. The strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to eliminate the ISIS terrorist group and the threat they pose to Iraq, Syria, and the wider international community.

Since the UN Security Council finally decided in December to target Daesh’s finance, the terrorist organization which commits serious war crimes and barbaric abuses, is under stress


Terrorist organization, Daesh, has cut its fighters' salaries by 50 per cent in Syria due to “exceptional circumstances.”

According to Khalegi Times, a new document was released by Bayt Al Mal, the Treasury Ministry of Daesh, in Raqqa. The document reveals that organization has decided to cut the salaries of all its fighters in half. Two days ago, Albawaba website reported that only the salaries of the terrorists in Aleppo had reduced by half.

On 17 January, News site Aleppo24 posted a...


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